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All Weekly Markets on the Bodrum Peninsula

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Weekly Market days and locations:

If you’re asking the locals for directions to the Market – ask for the Pazar.

Some markets have now been split across two days, with the food market on one day, and the textile and household market on another day. This has been done for Yalikavak and Gündoğan.

 

Mondays

Tuesdays

Wednesdays

Thursdays

Fridays

Saturdays

Sunday

  • Mumcular
  • Gumbet
  • Bitez & Yalikavak (Second Hand/Flea Market)
  • Kızılağaç Market (Map it)

*Milas – a large street market is set up every Tuesday in Milas near Bodrum.  Most of the sellers here are villagers from the surrounding area, and it is a good opportunity to buy traditional handicrafts directly from the people who make them. (Caria News)

Unless otherwise noted, all markets are a mixture of textiles and fruit & vegetables.

I’ve added some MAP IT locations in the table above.  These are all located on wikimapia.  If you know the location of the markets that haven’t been mapped. Please let me know, so that I can add them.  Cheers!

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  1. Shanti via Facebook: Milas is a bit Stalinistic – heard the market is good though.

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